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Japanese artist and architect Yusuke Oono wanted to express a single scene of a story in a three dimensional way. So, Oono created this unusual series of 360 degree books. Simply put, Oono used 40 pages to assembles scenes from stories like The Jungle Book and Snow White with elaborate layers of silhouettes cut from paper. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

My Modern Metropolis reports that "Oono designed each 360° Book digitally page by page before they are cut out with a laser cutter and bound together. When fully opened, a circular fan of pages forms allowing every illustration to be visible at one time."



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